Press Release

May 14, 2014

Maine Warden Service, York County Sheriffs Still Searching For Teenager

AUGUSTA, Maine – As the search enters a new phase, the Maine Warden Service and the York County Sheriff’s office are still investigating leads and searching for 15-year-old Jaden Dremsa of North Waterboro.

“Game wardens and the York County Sheriff’s Office are still interviewing people who may have seen Jaden and following up on informative tips we receive,” said Maine Warden Service Lieutenant Kevin Adam, “The search may not be as visible, but that does not mean we are not making progress. We are still actively looking for Jaden.”

Local game wardens and local sheriff personnel continue to search for Jaden, and Maine Warden Service aircraft are scheduled to fly over the area when weather permits.

A large search led by the Maine Warden Service and supported by numerous local and state law enforcement agencies, emergency services personnel as well as volunteers have intensively search a two mile area.

“In many cases we have exceeded the two mile perimeter where Jaden was last seen. We have searched the high probability areas and no significant clues have been found that can be attributed to him,” said Adam.

Anyone with any information regarding Jaden’s location should contact the York County Sheriff’s office at 207-324-1111

“Jaden’s mom and father are extremely appreciative of the entire community and the many volunteers for their support during this difficult time,” said Adam, “They are very pleased with everyone’s efforts to help and locate Jaden.”

Jaden Dremsa (DOB 3/26/1999) is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 140 lbs., has shoulder length brown hair and blue eyes. Jaden was last seen at 3:00 p.m. on May 8 near the Twin Pines Trailer Park in North Waterboro. Twin Pines is located on Route 5 in North Waterboro. Jaden was last seen wearing a dark colored (or black) t-shirt, blue jeans, and sneakers.